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Area over love

This may sound like a cheap romantic novel or a new soap opera but... Read More

Hearing Loss Prevention and Music

Of the many causes of permanent hearing loss, the one that is most preventable... Read More

Best of 2018: Musicians should not retire on my watch!

Recently there have been news reports about famous musicians who can no longer perform... Read More

A Northwestern University study on Diplacusis

  Lauren Ervin is a current graduate student working towards her Master’s in Communication... Read More

Musicians should not retire on my watch!

  Recently there have been news reports about famous musicians who can no longer... Read More

INFO FOR MUSICIANS

Is soft-medium-loud music the same as soft-medium-loud speech?

When fitting any modern digital hearing aid we are able to specify differing gains... Read More

How to test for music-induced distortion in your favorite MP3 player earphone

From time to time, we would like to glean some additional information about a... Read More

The Acoustics of Hearing Aids: Damping and Impedance- Part 2

Last week in part 1 of this blog series, we reviewed standing waves found... Read More

The Acoustics of Hearing Aids: Standing Waves- Part 1

On May 6, 2013, an article of mine was published in the Hearing Review about... Read More

PREVENTING HEARING LOSS

Percussion musical instruments and hearing loss.

The vast majority of noise or music exposure is the result of “steady state”... Read More

Violin and viola players- information sheet part #5

This is the fifth  in a list of 6 fact sheets that can be... Read More

How can the Weber Law help us counsel musicians?

The Weber Law (pronounced VEY-ber) has been around for about 175 years.  Also called... Read More

Is there someone in my town who can work with musicians? Part 2

In part one of this two-part series, I made a call for those hearing... Read More

Who is Bob Oliveira? – part 2

In part 1 of this series about Dr. Bob Oliveira we talked about the... Read More